Aora, who might be described as his prime minister and treasurer, had received the tithes
as fast as they were paid over, and filled them into large, fine-netted bags of coconut sennit.
Not within the walls of York, ransack my house and that of all my tribe, wilt thou find the tithe
of that huge sum of silver that thou speakest of.
If he had done a tithe
of what was rumoured about him, how much he must have suffered
You'll want a portly rector to complete the picture, and take his tithe
of all the respect and honour you get by your hard work.
They say that it is a pity, the devil should have God's part, which is the tithe
Yet he had struck no brutal blow, he had uttered no disgraceful taunt, and probably not inflicted a tithe
of the pain he had himself to bear.
Few of them anticipated a tithe
of what the Brennan mono-rail would do for their railway securities and the face of the world.
Such a lady gave a neighborliness to both rank and religion, and mitigated the bitterness of uncommuted tithe
I did not then comprehend even a tithe
of the wondrous process, which goes on eternally within the confines of Caprona's barrier cliffs nor am I any too sure that I do even now.
I am not used to taking from men a tithe
of what I've already taken from you.
There are too many special fields for any one man, in a whole lifetime, to master a tithe
I did not study a tithe
as much as I had studied in the past.